Hi! I'm Joe Romano, and I use graphs for predictive toxicology

Greetings! I'm a biomedical data scientist / translational bioinformatics researcher currently working as a postdoc at the University of Pennsylvania. I'm interested in finding new AI approaches (involving graphs, of course) to studying environmental toxicology data.

I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia, and in my spare time I enjoy retro computing, brewing beer, gardening, and hiking with my wife.

I love exploring the technical details of graph algorithms and how graphs are modeled at a low level!

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Hi Joe,

Welcome to the Neo4j community! Using AI to study toxicology data sounds promising. If you can share, we'd love to hear anything you learn through this approach.

And of course, we're all here to help however we can.